OneRepublic - Apologize (Lil’ Jon Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: OneRepublic , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Lil' Jon
Album:
Dreaming Out Loud

Although Colorado Springs OneRepublic has been getting attention on MySpace since the summer of ‘06, their breakout moment came when a reworked version of their song Apologize was released as the third single from Timbaland‘s latest, Shock Value.  Since then it has charted #1 in twelve countries; leading up to their debut album, Dreaming Out Loud, which was released November 20th.  With instant success comes an inevitable remix with only one setting is in mind: the club.  As the original lyrics are maintained, a new keyboard-synth beat by Lil’ Jon is added and should extend Apologize‘s appeal to the dance floor.  Dreaming Out Loud is now available in stores.

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